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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas ALL FOR ftDt 780 mil SQUTHUEST HICROPUDLISOS 2627 E VftNOELL OR EL PftSOTX 79903 NGCRS REIGN y mithson Valley blocks fakes extra point to win 1415 sin seconds of Friday nights Page 6A 2004 President has been a frequent flyer in the states likely to be an election battleground in iy cloudy High Low 83 68 a 1 DetailsIB FORUM 4A APPlAUSE 4B SPORTS 67A i Guadalupe NJL HUNTING OMDIMAMCI Commissioners say they werent notified by city By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Guadalupe County commissioners Friday decried New Braunfels City Councils plans to annex areas in their City Council is one meeting away from annex ing about six square miles of land in 11 areas in the citys extraterritorial juris Guadalupe County Com missioner Judy Cope has opposed the annexation of three of those areas she rep Cope attended the first two readings of the ordi nances annexing these She has argued for the preservation of farmlands Councilman and against effects ahnexa of uiese agricultural Cope presented the reso lution to commissioners Fri The county judge and two commissioners were and one commis sioner abstained from the The resolution passed with two Commissioners opposed the annexation because they were not properly notified of the annexation according to state It has traditionally been the practice of city planning staff to notify counties after an ordinance was j staff members Although other pub lic entities were notified this planning officials didnt think to notify Guadalupe they Council members said the move would not necessarily affect their Only District 2 Coun cilrnan Larry Alexander and District 6 Councilman Ken Valentine have voted against annexing Areas Alexander does not plan to attend Mondays meeting because he will be away on Opponents of the annexation say city services are stretched enough without adding another 90 pius residential City police and fire officials have said they are understaffed for the growing city City officials say they hope to accumulate the land before it is development so the city can See Page 3A hunting ordinance will be up for a third vote District 2 Councilman Larry Alexander plans to miss Mondays if the vote is 33 the ordinance will Council will meet at ip Council FRONT and CENTER Laura Beth Hardin shears one of two goats she will take to the Comal County Goats are JESSIE clipped to enhance their contours and muscle enabling judges to get a better look in the show Extension agents situated in new office space ByRonMaloney Staff Writer The Cooperative Extension Ser vice is moved ii at its home on Texas county youth made her annual report to Commission ers Court The extension service recently moved iato a former home on property located behind the Road Department that will soon become the new home of the Comal County Junior Livestock The county is building an addi tion onto the home that will include offices and meeting It is expected to be completed by Anticipated within the next five years will be facilities for housing Braunfels Independent School District livestock But the centerpiece of the prop erty will be a large show facility and education center now in the planning Commissioners will lease about onehalf of the 20acre property to the livestock associ ation for per year for the next 50 The facilities the livestock asso ciation wfll construct include abam with a covered a squarefbot meeting and office area andaparking lot for 800 The plan is to move the annu al livestock show to the Raising livestock is tougher for some By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Laura Beth and her have plen ty of room for their livestock They lease a place on the Doepenschmidt Ranch and have access to more than enough room to raise goats and Thats not the case for a lot of their friends and many of the children in Comal County who raise Some stu dents live in incorporated areas that dont allow certain especially Not everybody lives on what we Laura Beth A lot of kids live in a neigh pro grams dont always have the resources to provide land and facilities where students can raise their The New Braunfels high school program doesnt have a barn like Canyon and Smith son Thats a said Debbie NBISD direc tor of career and Were kind of landlocked at the high So students involved in the program must find other alter Its a but not one that cant be over Most raise them at their house or a friends agriculture teacher Ronnie Wunderlich Others use leased About half the 70 partici pants in the New Braunfels program had to raise their ani mals somewhere other than Wunderlich That creates another prob said the 22year teach ing It limits the amount of time the two voag teachers have to spend with their But it hasnt diminished interest in the Two years ago NBHS started a See Page 3A Former mayor Goodbread dies By Rein Maloney Staff Writer Former mayor and city pouncilman James Good bread died Thursday after noon at his losing his battle with He was Arrangements are pend ing at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Stale Carter Cast a former Comal County worked on Goodbreads first campaign for city council Tve known him since about CasteeJ saki and my husband had a stopping in James Goodbread tool It was a wonderful place to an4 James was Bail increased to for DeWalfs mother Kearns By Ron Malonpy Staff Writer District 207 Judge Jack Robi son Friday increased to the bail on a woman suspected of helping her daughter abscond with a 5 yearoW New Braunfels Robison raised bail on Mar garet during a court hearing in which Dis trict Attorney Dib Waldrip sought to force Kearns to tes tify against her Suzanne Kearns and of New allegedly absconded with Jeremy DeWalt rather than turn him See KIARN8 Page 3A BWWWWSPwUp ADVANCED HiARlNa CARE WITH THE ATTPNTIQN YOU DESERVE Street 1583 Conpaon Suite 1QO New Texas 78130
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